1. Muse- Pressure

Muse have released their new single Pressure, the latest track from their upcoming album Simulation Theory. The brand new album is due for release on November 9.

Continuing their collaboration with director Lance Drake, this video also draws upon a classic pop culture moment from the 80s. Pressure centers on a high school dance that goes awry and features a guest appearance by Terry Crews.

Muse 2019 tour – dates to be announced soon.

strong>2.Lany – Malibu Nights

LANY have announced details of their forthcoming second album Malibu Nights, out October 5th. Malibu Nights is the follow-up to the LA-based alt-pop trio’s acclaimed self-titled 2017 debut and will be released on October 5th through Polydor. These are euphoric, epic anthems from one of modern-pop’s most dynamic bands, a captivating coming together of joyous pop hooks and tender ballads. “It’s devastating but also really hopeful and optimistic,” says frontman Paul Klein.

LANY’s songs have been streamed over 1 billion times and their debut album campaign involved playing 135 shows in 28 countries to some 100,000 fans.

3. DJ YODA – London Fields

DJ Yoda has released his brand new single ‘London Fields’. Available now, the single features vocals from London-based Jazz and R&B rising star Joel Culpepper.

‘London Fields’ is the first single to come from DJ Yoda in over two years, and displays a new approach to the way he makes his music. Acting at once as songwriter, producer and instrumentalist – the mature atmosphere created on ‘London Fields’ is a sign of what’s to come from the prolific DJ, turntablist and producer. With inflections of Jazz, R&B and Soul, the track deals with overcoming life’s obstacles and the power of positivity.

4. Bloody Knees – Something Nice

Bloody Knees release their new single ‘Something Nice’, ahead of the release of their new EP ‘You Can Have It’ on Distiller Records on October 5th.
The release of ‘Something Nice’ precedes the band’s upcoming UK headline tour, including a date at The Underworld, Camden on October 18th. Recent tracks ‘Spinning’ and ‘Reel’ have garnered support from BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders and Daniel P. Carter and Radio X’s John Kennedy, as well as Apple Music’s Breaking Rock and The A-List; Rock playlists, cementing Bloody Knees’ status as one of the most exciting new acts on the scene.

The new EP ‘You Can Have It’ is released October 5th, including the below tracks. Pre-order here.

Bloody Knees will play the below live dates in October. Tickets available here.

08/10 Norwich Arts Center

11/10 60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth

12/10 Portland Arms, Cambridge

13/10 The Oakford, Reading

14/10 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton

15/10 The Joiners, Southampton

18/10 The Underworld, London

20/10 Festivile, Sheffield

21/10 The Flapper, Birmingham

22/10 The Polar Bear, Hull

24/10 Gullivers, Manchester

26/10 The Sussex Basement, Tunbridge Wells

27/10 Crofters Rights, Bristol

5. Marscians – Suburbs

Hot off the back of triumphant sets at Reading and Leeds Festivals and the release of their new single SUBURBS – produced by Mickey Dale from Embrace; and mixed and mastered by the multi-Grammy award winning duo of Fernando Lodeiro [Paul McCartney, Vampire Weekend] and Joe LaPorta [David Bowie, Imagine Dragons] – fast-rising UK indie quartet MARSICANS have revealed the video for the single. The video was recorded entirely on singer James Newbigging’s smartphone in Toronto and New York on the band’s recent North American tour.

MARSICANS are now announced as support for FICKLE FRIENDS on their UK tour this autumn. Full dates as follows:


Sat 06 MANCHESTER Neighbourhood Festival
Thu 18 BRISTOL SWX | with Fickle Friends
Fri 19 LONDON Shepherds Bush Empire | with Fickle Friends
Sat 20 CAMBRIDGE Junction | with Fickle Friends
Mon 22 NOTTINGHAM The Level | with Fickle Friends
Wed 24 GLASGOW Garage | with Fickle Friends
Thu 25 NEWCASTLE Northumbria Institute | with Fickle Friends
Fri 26 BIRMINGHAM Academy 2 | with Fickle Friends
Sat 27 MANCHESTER Academy 2 | with Fickle Friends

6. Brooders – Resurface

Leeds based Psyche-Grunge trio BROODERS launched themselves back onto the scene with their recent single RESURFACE, and now announce three shows for later this year, as follows:

OCTOBER Wed 10 LEEDS Lending Room
Fri 19 NOTTINGHAM Rough Trade


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